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Comic profile: Riverboat
Riverboat
The journey of Jack and Aldo
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Comic language: English
Genre: Surreal
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 9th Jun 2017
Number of comics: 57
Number of subscribers: 23
Visitors: 18007 visitors (48167 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (53 votes)

Comic description

John F Kennedy and Aldo Moro - The whole story develops around these two former statesmen embarking upon an adventurous journey to solve a mystery. The mystery itself evolves as the story goes on and it is all centered on a perplexing and baffling poem. On the river boat, they also meet their elusive and intangible travelling companion Mallie, the supernatural talking cat. Indeed, the Ship transports exiting characters and new adventures come up around every corner.
The plot of the comic is based in a different world, maybe even after life. The limits here are endless and the reader can out his own rendition into the comic and make a world of his own
The water color technique gives this comic a very rustic and perpetual look that is just extravagant. Any comic lover will undoubtedly like the imagery and the creativity in this aesthetic and imaginative piece.
This comic is recommended to everyone who has an un-wavering love for comics and graphic novels. But this is also ideal for people new to the comic world to make a kick start with something so addictive and captivating. It is just the comic everyone has been looking for.

Authors

Miss-Kennedy
Miss-Kennedy
French-German artist, lost somewhere in the Vosgian Mountains

Most recent comments left on Riverboat

Miss-Kennedy
15th Jun 2017
Miss-Kennedy
Yes, me too. But sometimes I think my cats aren't real cats but paracats.
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Miss-Kennedy
15th Jun 2017
Miss-Kennedy
A cat always do !
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Miss-Kennedy
15th Jun 2017
Miss-Kennedy
hahaha, probably !
BBut in fact, Paractas as such are seel as HIGHLY bad luck. They are subject to a lot of prejudices.
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PeterVonBrown
9th Jun 2017
PeterVonBrown
Paracats sure come in handy. Now I want a paracat. :)
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The Doodler
9th Jun 2017
The Doodler
I wonder if black cats are considered bad luck in alternate Central Europe. If they weren't before, they probably are after this!
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